One of our favourite galleries on WedMeGood is the 'Personalized decor' Gallery right here
. What's a wedding if you can't throw in a bit of flavour and fun into it we say? Here are 6 easy elements to incorporate personalisation into your wedding day.
• Say it with centerpieces & Table items
While the panditji is busy doing his job, the guests at the table would admire the beautiful centre-pieces and what better than personalized ones?? A placard with a quote that resonates with you, or a couple picture of both of you in a particular city as a centre-piece is a great way to add that touch!
Left: Personalized centerpiece from the wedding: Tania and Viraj . Decor by Silhouette , Photo by Artfoto Weddings
• Say it with the paper napkins:
Lets all admit this fact that Indian weddings are all about food!People forget everything except the great food at the wedding! So the best way to add personalise touches is to put them on the paper napkins you guys print.
Personalized napkin from the wedding: Vishal and Radhika. Decor by National Decorators , Photo by Pooja Joseph
• Say it with Signage:
There are bound to be some stories, quotes or sayings that touch your heart . Put them on boards around the venue
Personalised signage from the wedding:Vishal and Radhika. Decor by National Decorators , Photo by Pooja Joseph
• Say it with picture:
Pictures are the good old way to share with your loved ones your joyous moments! A collage of your pictures as a table runner or pictures hung on strings can serve as table numbers or wishing tree items
Table numbers as polaroids from the wedding: Rupali and Nirav.
• Say it with personalized cutlery and crockery
: Cutlery and crockery is a very cute way to add little sweet nothings. All you need is a washi tape or some chalkboard paint and DIY . Take the crockery below for example - the couples initials are imprinted on the crockery and each knife and fork has a rose tied to it
From the wedding: Nesheta and Vishwajeet. Decor by Wedding Commitments. Photo by Vikram Arora
• Say it with Matchboxes
: The matchbox lights the fire in the center of the mandap, the matchbox lights the diya for the welcome aarti and there is no reason why the matchbox should NOT be personalised. Check out the 'I met my match' matchbox below
Above from a wedding coming soon . All elements by Bougainvilla design
Contributed by Mily